يمكنك الان ترجمة الوظيفة الى اللغة التي تفضلها
Minimum age: 22 years old. Applicants must be nationals of or legal residents in the country of assignment.
Description of task
Under the direct supervision of the direct supervision of the UNODC GMCP Programme Manager for Yemen and Red Sea within the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea Team, the UN Volunteer will assist in the implementation of activities that are carried out under the Programme matters related to maritime crime and in particular
the UN Volunteer will undertake the following tasks:
Furthermore, UN Volunteers are encouraged to integrate the UN Volunteers programme mandate within their assignment and promote voluntary action through engagement with communities in the course of their work. As such, UN Volunteers should dedicate a part of their working time to some of the following suggested activities:
Required degree level: Bachelor degree or equivalent
Required experience: 60 Months
- 5 years work experience in english
- Work in law field is desirable
Area of expertise: Criminal law, Human rights
Driving license: No
Accountability, Adaptability and Flexibility, Building Trust, Client Orientation, Commitment and Motivation, Communication, Empowering Others, Ethics and Values, Integrity, Judgement and Decision-making, Knowledge Sharing, Managing Performance, Planning and Organizing, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity, Technological Awareness, Vision, Working in Teams
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للتقديم عبر الرابط التالي:
Millions of Yemenis are affected by a terrible armed conflict, an impending famine and one of the world's largest cholera outbreaks in recent history. In May 2018, over 7,5 million people were receiving emergency food assistance — more than twice the number of people reached over a year ago.